This might seem an odd question, but does anyone know at what point a race start is recorded as a result when racing online? In multiplayer "quick" races, I've noticed people who seem to wait until they're in the pits and can see their randomly assigned grid position. Then they quit if they don't like it. Given the driving standards/ rudeness/ hostility problem, I can see why someone might not always want to hack their way through a field of 15 cars, but if you look through the top 0.1% on the global leaderboard, you see some players with conspicuously high win rates (up to 98%!) and I'm wondering if this is actually being used as a way to game the leaderboard. I suspect that races don't register until the green light but, if so, that would be a shame for the reason given above (there's nothing random about start positions if you can avoid low grid assignments in this way). I'd run the experiment myself but I'm somewhat finely poised at the 0.1% point and would rather not register several DNFs to find out. Thanks!